Rebekka Kesberg

Rebekka Kesberg studied psychology at the University of Trier and University of Göttingen, as well as "Chinese as a Second Language" at Beida University in Beijing. She is a lecturer at the Ulm University since 2015.

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Rebekka Kesberg
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Rebekka Kesberg
☎ +49-(0)731/50 33152
Π 47.2.281

Consultation hours
on appointment

 

Research Interests

  • Relations between basic human values and everyday life behavior
  • Individual and cultural differences in situation perception
  • Ambulantory Assessment

Publications

Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. Donating to the ‘right’cause: Compatibility of personal values and mission statements of philanthropic organizations fosters prosocial behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 168, 110313.

Piven, S., Fischer, R., Shaver, J.H., Mogan, R., Karl, J., Kesberg, R., Richardson, A., Singh, P., Tewari, S., and Bulbulia, J. Kiwi Diwali: A longitudinal investigation of perceived social connection following a civic religious ritual. Religion, Brain and Behavior. (in press)

Singh, P., Tewari, S., Kesberg, R., Karl, J. A., Bulbulia, J., & Fischer, R. (2020). Time investments in rituals are associated with social bonding, affect and subjective health: a longitudinal study of Diwali in two Indian communities. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 375(1805), 20190430.

Kesberg, R., & Pfattheicher, S. (2019). Democracy matters: a psychological perspective on the beneficial impact of democratic punishment systems in social dilemmas. Palgrave Communications, 5(1), 1-13.

Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. (2018). The relation between human values and perceived situation characteristics in everyday life. Frontiers in psychology, 9.

Pfattheicher, S., Böhm, R., & Kesberg, R. (2018). The advantage of democratic peer punishment in sustaining cooperation within groups. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 31(4), 562-571.

Flatau, L., Reitt, M., Duttge, G., Lenk, C., Zoll, B., Poser, W., ... & Kesberg, R. (2018). Genomic information and a person’s right not to know: A closer look at variations in hypothetical informational preferences in a German sample. PloS one, 13(6), e0198249.

Keller, J., & Kesberg, R. (2017). Regulatory focus and human values. Psihologija, 50(2), 157-186.

Conference Contribution

  • Kesberg, R. (2019, March). Situation construal, i.e. subjective situation perception, as mediator in the value-behaviour link. Talk presented at SoDoc. Saarland University, Saarbrücken. 
  • Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. (2019, February). Association Between Values and Situation Perception in Interdependent Situations. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Portland, OR, USA.
  • Kesberg, R., & Pfattheicher, S. (2018, November) Democracy matters: a psychological perspective on the beneficial impact of democratic punishment systems in social dilemmas. Talk presented at the Lisbon Meeting on Economics and Political Science. Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. (2018, September). Intraindividuelle Veränderungen von persönlichen Werten im Rahmen von Auslandsaufenthalten. Vortrag auf dem 51. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie. Frankfurt am Main.
  • Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. (2018, March). Relation of values to situation experience in daily life. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. (2017, July). Participation in a cultural festival, human values and affective well-being. Poster presented at the 18th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP). Granada, Spain.
  • Kesberg, R., & Keller, J. (2016, September). Voreingestellte Entscheidungsoptionen beeinflussen Verhalten in interdependenten Entscheidungssituationen. Poster auf dem 50. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie. Leipzig.